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    great work man. your ships designs really appeal to me. I guess the 3d models really help pull out the perspective and shapes. they look so real!

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    I just picked up some 3d modeling software, and am beginning to learn. It's really difficult, I have a lot of respect for those who creat all of that complex stuff in video games.

    I got the impression from the discussion that the airships are your own design. I just wanted to confirm that this was the case.

    Are you modeling the ships yourself? If so what software are you using?

    For the texturing, are you actually creating textures that you then apply in to the model, or are you creating flat images out of your models, then over-painting them in photoshop or something like that?

    Am I asking too many questions?

    All I can say is that, the little bit that I have been able to do in my software "Blender" has me very exited and I am trying to learn as much as possible.

    If you are completely disigning those ships, my hat is off to you. They look great.

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    WOW! really cool designs ... and the ships looks like 3d..
    is it drawing ?
    impressive

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    hey hey hey, another great discovery i found here, really great the carachters, really like so much the face of this drawings.

    Great Work dude!

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    I like it. In the last sketch, the woman looks very manly, maybe that s iontentional, but I d prolly add a tiny bit more femininity in the whole look. Im loving the characters, very nice poses and shading.

    The ships look very pro!

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    You get so much detail into your character drawings, I cant seem to manage that. How big are they, actual size, and what medium are you using?

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    Hot damn, those are some really great detailed character renderings. Girl just above has some huge legs though perhaps? Maybe she's a swimmer.

    If you haven't already I might get friendly with the sharpen filters in PS. Seriously, try it out - start with a small radius and pump up the percentage by eye.

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    Some really nice work. Only immediately notable issues are some facial structure. Easily remedied.
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    That environment is NICE. I mean, considering you say you dont have much experience with them. Still better than what I can do

    Something I noticed: Lighting on it seems to be fairly even across the piece, which may or may not be bad depending, but from what I've seen from other artists here, their environments tend to have a clear contrast across the piece to give it depth and draw the eye.

    Some of the environment contests in these forums are GREAT
    Beware!!!!
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    hey man you got some great stuff here!

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    Missing in Action!!!

    It has been @ least 3-4 years since I last posted.......been really out of the loop..everyone whose work I have enjoyed in the past continue to rock it and improve even more so...
    Seems like all is well @ CA.

    Cheers to everyone.
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    Cockpit Cam

    Currently working on a Skyscape matte painting....but this came out quickly on the side....was more interested in the camera than the concept itself.

    Crits welcome as always..
    Cheers

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    ..landscape quickie..

    ..really need practice
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    Wow.. your first page is good, but these last enviros are amazing.. I really like the SkyCam one..

    I'm afraid I can't givo you any tip :/ Thanks for sharing
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